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To orbit and back again : how the Space Shuttle flew in space

Author: Davide Sivolella
Publisher: New York : Springer, [2012?] ©2014
Series: Springer-Praxis books in space exploration.
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The question may be simple, but the answer is not as easy to give. This book describes the structures and systems used each time the Shuttle was launched, and then follows an imaginary mission, explaining how those structures and systems were used in orbital operations and the return to Earth. Details of how anomalous events were dealt with on individual missions are also provided, as are the recollections of those  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Sivolella, Davide.
To orbit and back again
(OCoLC)818464042
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Davide Sivolella
ISBN: 9781461409830 1461409837
OCLC Number: 857715547
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Part 1: The Machine from A to Z.- Introduction.- Structure.- Main Propulsion System.- Solid Rocket Booster.- Orbital Maneuvering System and Reaction Control System.- Cargo Bay and Payload.- Electrical and Environmental Control Life Support.- Thermal Protection System.- Living On Board.- Part 2: Flying the Machine.- Ascent.- Orbital Flight.- Re-entry and Landing.
Series Title: Springer-Praxis books in space exploration.
Responsibility: Davide Sivolella.
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The Space Shuttle has been the dominant machine in the U.S. space program for thirty years. This detailed book enables readers to understand its technical systems in great depth. Recollections of  Read more...

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